Susan Dobson “Slide Library” Interview

Photographer Susan Dobson gives us a tour of her May 2018 “Slide Library” exhibition.  Watch our 4 minute video interview with Dobson where she describes the background behind the series and her interest in highlighting the history of photography.

Hans Wendt “Paint Samples” Video Tour

Take a short 2 minute walk-through of Hans Wendt’s November 2017 exhibition “Paint Samples”.

Music: Six gnossiennes: No. 1, Lent by Erik Satie


Michael Smith Mini-Doc Interview

Before the opening reception for Michael Smith’s “Fugitive Ground” June 2017 exhibition, we interviewed him about his new paintings in the exhibition.  In the 6 minute video, Smith explains his fascination with the landscape, expands on their abstract quality and his impressive technique.

Jonathan Forrest “Light and Matter”

Jonathan Forrest introduces his July 2017 exhibition “Light and Matter” in this 3 1/2 minute video.

Michael Smith Sneak Peek VIDEO

Sneak Peek of Michael Smith’s 5th solo show “Fugitive Ground” at MGG.  Working with seasonal views and a wonderful impasto technique these paintings are not to be missed!  June 2-24, 2017.

Will Gorlitz tour of “Lie of the Land” Exhibit

Will Gorlitz gives a talk and tour of his May 2017 exhibit “Lie of the Land” at Michael Gibson Gallery.

Erik Olson Opening Trailer

A quick sneak peek at Erik Olson’s December 2016 “Portraits” exhibition

“Eyes as Big as Plates” Behind the Scenes

Behind the Scenes with Bob

Behind the scenes with Eyes as Big as Plates as they shoot “Bob”.

“The Life of a Bike” Walk-Through

Take a walk-through of “The Life of a Bike”, featuring select paintings by Greg Curnoe & Charles Gagnon from Mr. Roy Heenan’s collection – on at Michael Gibson Gallery June 3 – 25, 2016

Music: Clair de Lune – Claude Debussy

Roly Fenwick Mini-Documentary

Our 7 minute Mini-Documentary accompanies Roly Fenwick’s May 2016 exhibition “The Cumulative Effect”.

In the film Fenwick speaks about his affinity to the landscape, his recent travels to Scotland and life as a painter. Professors Joel Faflak and Madeline Lennon also comment on the power of Fenwick’s painting.

James Kirkpatrick Circuit-Bends Kid’s Toys

Published by the Banff Centre April 2016.  James Kirkpatrick was a rapper and a DJ before he started picking up toys and circuit-bending them to make the noises he wanted. The result is an interesting cacophony of sounds that’s fun to listen to and to play with.